I lucked out Saturday. After fishing Rocky Ford, I rolled into Soap Lake to my Motel. Masquers Theater was alive with people, but I did not have reservations. I put my fishing gear in the room, then ran down the street to the theater. It was a sold out show, but they had 2 no-shows, so I snapped up one ticket. If you plan to take in a show, I recommend reservations. Sat night shows seem to pack a full house. See a history of the theater at http://www.masquers.com/index.php/bit-history/ I saw "Fiddler on the Roof" and was impressed by the local, volunteer actors. Oh yes, Rocky Ford was challenging. 2 fish in 3 hours on Saturday, Skunked on Sunday fishing 4 hours. I dead drifted scuds, buggers and hairs ears under indicators. I stripped Crazy large steel head bunny leaches, small olive bugger and small black buggers at them. Both fish came to a small stripped black woolly bugger. I used 9 ft 4x flouro, I may have to return to 5x and even 6x to get more strikes in the future. Those of you who are "dialed" to RF, what kind of leader/tippet do you use? At least the coyotes returned my calls at sunset. A few guys were hunting rabbits with shotguns on the hill behind RF. Never knew you could get rabbits with a shot gun. It seems like to me, a non-hunter, that a shotgun would blow the little guys all to pieces, not good for getting bunny fur strips for fly tying. Anyone have experience hunting rabbits? If so, what type and size of firearm that is appropriate for going after bunnies? I hate to admit this it, but the hunting looked like fun.